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item adv.,

likewise, besides, also, further, moreover, too, as well: Unus et item alter, T.: Lentulus, itemque ceteri, S.: Romulus augur cum fratre item augure: Contemplator item, cum, etc., V.— In the phrase, non item, but not, but by no means: maxumas Mihi agebat (gratias); aliis non item, T.: corporum offensiones sine culpā accidere possunt, animorum non item.—In comparison, just so, in like manner, after the same manner, likewise, also: si sis Natus item ut aiunt Minervam esse, T.: fecisti item uti praedones solent: uti optio item esset, quasi dedisset, etc., L.

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